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Print edition

Contents June issue

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In brief

Viable farms

Viable farms

Contents page of June’s D+C print edition with links to all contributions:


Sabine Balk:
Farms must become more productive to feed all of humankind in the long run



Why online activists should protect themselves from repression | Better governance and stronger institutions can dispel the resource curse | Views diverge at this year’s Global Forum on Migration and Development | Nowadays: Long-term refugees from South Sudan | In brief | Social unrest ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil | Open Knowledge Festival to promote transparency in Berlin in July


Focus: Viable farms

Boro Baski:
Profound change in Indian Adivasi village      

Gerd Müller:
Innovation and better knowledge can boost agriculture in developing countries      

Interview with Philippe Bacac:
Wholesale giant Metro Vietnam must ensure food safety              

Matthias von Bechtolsheim and Eva Terberger:
Lessons learned in KfW support for irrigation projects

Raphael Mweninguwe:
Malawi’s farm-input subsidies are popular, but questionable        

Sebastián Artigas:
Uruguay legalises marihuana            

Heike Höffler, Ellen Funch and Ingo Melchers:
Review essay: recent publications emphasise that there are different categories of smallholder farms   



Mohit Ray:
Why many ponds in Kolkata deserve protection            

Kai Hauerstein:
Before new laws are passed, their probable impact should be assessed       

Friedrich Kaufmann and Winfried Borowczak:
Cooperating with civil society from  outside a country is not a trivial matter              



Interview with Conrad Schetter on Afghanistan’s presidential elections | Letter | Comments on Narendra Modi’s election triumph in India, EU policies on asylum and migration, looming famine in South Sudan and the plight of women and girls in northern Nigeria